Donations pour in to trek victim's charity page

Well-wishers continued to pledge donations to Philip Goodeve-Docker's nominated charity today in tribute to the adventurer.

Philip Goodeve-Docker and two friends attempted to cross the world's second largest icecap unsupported.
Philip Goodeve-Docker and two friends attempted to cross the world's second largest icecap unsupported. Credit: Facebook

Mr. Goodeve-Docker died on Sunday after he and his friends Andy Norman and Roan Hackney attempted to cross the world's second largest icecap unsupported.

He undertook the challenge in a bid to raise more than £5,000 for the The Queen's Nursing Institute.

Philip Goodeve-Docker pictured pulling tyres during training for his expedition across Greenland.
Philip Goodeve-Docker pictured pulling tyres during training for his expedition across Greenland. Credit: Just Giving.com

Writing on his Just Giving page this morning, one contributor wrote: "Would have paid any money to have you back my friend still can't believe you are gone. rest in peace hope to see you again one day."

Another wrote: "In memory, you made a difference and lived large!!"

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British man dies on Arctic trip

A British man has died after getting into difficulty during an expedition in Greenland. Philip Goodeve-Docker was crossing the Greenland ice cap with two friends on a 'trip of a lifetime' when the group got into trouble. Two men remain in hospital.